Top-rated lgbtq agents in austin

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Doug and Jeff

Doug and Jeff - Gay Realtor

"Built on Trust and Integrity" is the motto we adopt. We strive to create an enjoyable and exciting relationship with each and every client we represent. Our social network of clients and friends has grown exponentially through the rich relationships more

Katy - Lesbian Realtor

Katy provides an outstanding experience for real estate buyers, sellers, and investors. Katy receives most of her business by way of referral - a great testament to her warm personality and professionalism. Bringing over a decade of real estate experience more

Krystal - Lesbian Realtor

Krystal is a born and raised, tried and true Austinite. As a part of this very exclusive club, she knows this town inside and out, from secret spots for a romantic dinner to property values to the best place to buy a pirate kite. This knowledge makes more

Sam - Gay Realtor

It is my goal as your full service real estate professional specializing in the Austin, Lakeway, Round rock, Cedar Park, Kyle and Buda areas, to provide you with superior service at all times. I am a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University more

Brendan - Gay Realtor

As a licensed Realtor in the Austin Metro Area, Brendan is committed to listening to his LGBTQIA clients' needs and utilizing his keen negotiating skills to ensure a successful transaction. He strives to educate his clients, whether it be navigating the more

Kenneth - Gay Realtor

I became a REALTOR® in 2001. After serving the real estate industry in Middle Tennessee for 8 years, I moved to Austin, TX and ran a small team of new agents and served as the office sales manager and trainer. I currently serve the Greater Austin more

Ron - Gay Realtor

I am the Broker/Owner of an Austin real estate brokerage, selling 35-50 properties per year and managing over 125 residential units with the help of qualified assistants. With 18 years experience, I offer a vast wealth of knowledge that will help more

David - Gay Realtor

David is originally from Del Rio, TX. He has been in San Antonio since the age of 18 and attended Northwest Vista and University of the Incarnate Word. Since his younger years, David was always surrounded by family in construction, especially his (late) more

Gabrielle - Lesbian Realtor

A Texas native, Gabrielle has lived and worked throughout the Central Texas Hill Country for over 20 years. Listening is Gabrielle's strongest asset as it allows her to learn her clients' needs and desires and avoid wasted time and energy. She knows that more

Tyler - Gay Realtor

Tyler has been in the real estate business and in the marketing business for almost 4 years. He was born and raised deep in South Texas and moved to West Texas where he obtained a degree in Business Administration at Texas Tech University, focusing his more

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